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A Sparrow Alone

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Book Description
Saddened by the death of her parents at the hands of soldiers in Roman-occupied Jerusalem, Mala, a
seventeen-year-old Jewish seamstress, finds no comfort from her older brother Abdon, who is consumed
with anger, until they each meet Jesus of Nazareth
Book Information
PublisherJourneyforth
BindingPaperback (2 editions)
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages154
ISBN-101591662044
ISBN-13978-1591662044
Publication Date02/01/2004
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About Alicia Petersen (Author) : Alicia Petersen is a published author of young adult books. A published credit of Alicia Petersen is A Sparrow Alone.
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